Upcoming events at UCLA Royce Hall

Joan Baez: Fare Thee Well... Tour 2018
Music

Joan Baez: Fare Thee Well... Tour 2018

Saturday 8:00pm (10 November)
UCLA Royce Hall, Los Angeles

Events around UCLA Royce Hall

Performance Series: Luskin Conference Center Patio
Music

Performance Series: Luskin Conference Center Patio

Thursday 5:00pm (03 May)
UCLA Meyer & Renee Luskin Conference Center, Los Angeles

Performance Series: Luskin Conference Center Patio
Music

Performance Series: Luskin Conference Center Patio

Wednesday 5:00pm (09 May)
UCLA Meyer & Renee Luskin Conference Center, Los Angeles

Performance Series: Luskin Conference Center Patio
Music

Performance Series: Luskin Conference Center Patio

Tuesday 5:00pm (15 May)
UCLA Meyer & Renee Luskin Conference Center, Los Angeles

Performance Series: Luskin Conference Center Patio
Music

Performance Series: Luskin Conference Center Patio

Wednesday 5:00pm (23 May)
UCLA Meyer & Renee Luskin Conference Center, Los Angeles

Performance Series: Luskin Conference Center Patio
Music

Performance Series: Luskin Conference Center Patio

Thursday 5:00pm (31 May)
UCLA Meyer & Renee Luskin Conference Center, Los Angeles

WAWA Dinner at L.A. Screenings

WAWA Dinner at L.A. Screenings

Wednesday 8:00pm (16 May)
Toscanova Restaurant, Los Angeles

Ecstatic Dance LA ≫ Pascal de Lacaze

Ecstatic Dance LA ≫ Pascal de Lacaze

Sunday 3:15pm (20 May)
Ecstatic Dance Los Angeles, Los Angeles

Beverly Hills Food & Wine Festival
Festival

Beverly Hills Food & Wine Festival

Sunday 11:00am (03 June)
The Olympic Collection, Los Angeles


Black Panther free screening

Black Panther free screening


When?

Start time: Tuesday 7:00pm (17 April)
End time: Tuesday 10:00pm (17 April)

Where?

UCLA Royce Hall
10745 Dickson Court, Los Angeles
Movie

About

Join Reel Talk Film Series for a free screening and panel. Attendees will discuss the cultural, historical and political references of "Black Panther", as well as the implications these have, not only for equity, diversity and inclusion, but for a vision of Afrikan peoples and nations once again at the vanguard of world affairs. Like Lowndes County Mississippi and Oakland, ÇA, during the time of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense, Wakanda today is a flashback, a foreshadowing, a metaphor for the reckoning of accountability and the restoration of consciousness, even at the expense of loyalty. How they come to terms with each other, one a fantasy, maybe, and the other a reality, forgone perhaps, may hold a key to how Afrikan peoples and nations can get back "on the quest for true humanity."